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Mount Vernon signal Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1910 mou1910040101 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal Mount Vernon signal James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1910 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. &j Published Every Friday VOLUME XXIII " fc - Arvy .t M SllfipwHI VERNON, feaufti ROCKCASTLE MM .LL SSrlWlI lilllA 1, Established 1887 NUMBER & Mt. Vernon, Kv. March, 29th. 1910 Dear Signal: I am back again in dear old Mt. Judge Vernon attending court. with dignity a id Beihurum presides ability. His instructions to the j iry the strongest, ablest, inosl forceful to which my admiring atHow tention was ever given. ..proud I am of those two boys, It may Leonard and Burgess. FONTAINH FOX'BOBBITT. well be said of them "par nobele . fratrum a nobler, a grander KILLS A MURDERER. pair of brothers never walked married among men. Both of them A merciless murderer is relatives of mine on the Stigall All the big with many victims. But side ot my house. of this beautiful Dr. Kings New Life Pills kill it grand people by.prevention. Thoy gently stimu. mountain town arc related to me. late stomach, liver and bowels, So far me I reflect more glory upon preventing that clogging that inm relatives .than I can inherit vites upnendictis, curing Constipa from them. ' Bonaparte said this tion, Headache, Biliousness, Chills. C. Davis. before I did and , it is pardonable 25c at Cbas in both of us. The Commonwealth "Not a lion did his duty", was Attorney, Judge Jarvis is upon the declaration delivered in mock the thrown of greatness as well gravity . by former President now as he once adorned the bench. Roosevelt in concluding his remark My cousin Hugh- Miller as Circuit at the reception given in Cario to Court Clerk is only equaled by lrom America. The mv nephew of Lincoln James F. joke was not lost and caused sa Holman. The new Sheriil has the hearty laugh in which the speaker I am tfjjder joined. right name Nice-l- y. . if- r. - many obligations to the Rev. John Elder aud his congregation for the copious tears they shed over my bier Sunday when itwns announced that I had been killed at Crab Orchard Saturday in open court, .shot five times. It was like Brutu showing and commenting tn Ccasars wounds. What a great glory to live after death in the fond meniory of friends. ' More anon. wiB COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, APRIL. i 1910. J.7 DM a IvKUlulK & OXJn MT. VERNON, KY. "d fellow-citizen- s V iitK Silence I brink from the personal questions of the local physician which seem indelicate. The thought of examination is abhorrent to them, and so they endure in silence a condition of disease which surely progresses from bad to worse. The instinct of. modesty natural to every woman it often reit hindrance to the cure of womanly diieatei. Women b'eea Dr. Pierce' privilege euro 0 it hatmany women who ahave) foundto rctu&o n treat tor modeatr la hla otter ot FRCO . conauita-tlo- m by tetter. Hit correapondenco Is held am maeredly confidential. Hddreaa Dr. R. Y. Pierce, huttalo, N. Y. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription restore! and regulates the womanly functions, abolishes pain and builds up and puts the finishing touch of health on every weak woman who gives it a fair trial. It Makes Weak Women Strong, You can't afford to accept a secret nostrum as a substitute medicine of known for this comi-ojitio--Jw Sick Women Well. - ' castle jury. Judge Bethurum is just but not stern, severe but.'not' merciless, and when a case is called for trial believes 'that case instead of allowing it pass without a reasonable andJawfitl excuse for doing soj and thereby keep heaping up alcongested 'docket, which can only bo relieved by a special term, incui ring extra expense to the State to dp that which should have been done at the regular term. Not only in Mt. Vernon, but in tho other counties in his district' in which he has held 'court ho is highly complimented for' g Have just received a large shipment of spring-ansummer Dress Goods, Linens, Ginghams. Silks and Satins. JUDGE B. I BETHUROM, Ladies before buying- call in and look over our who went on tno oencn for the first timoas Judge ot the Rockcastle (Jircuifr Court. Judgo Bethurum, who is the youngest We can please, you for less than Judge in the State presides, both with dignity and ability and his large stock. charge to the grand jury was recognized by the large crowd of representative farmers, lawyers and business men who heard it ever before and afthe same itime sell you that as being one of the strdngest and ablest over delivered to KUruMWnL - tiu I intilHWH - .Monduy a Rock- High-clas- s Merchandise We handle only the .CAN: mmt m w -- that our store is noted for. v)ft - rk tllO nmniier in wnlclilio dons thiniro. n-- r s. m A $XfjfrCCP&;X K, It 3 i S Headquarters w 1 .M. 3JCX9rX33C xOTWyj3 .! ., S '. V ti A V. ? :3iCDCXXX r- McApkb JJtk "Gather ye rosebuds' while ye uifrtt may, &3C&Jp Old Time is fast a'fljing; Aud this same rose that blooms today, Tomorrow may be dying." How truly applicable is this senIS NOW ON AT timent to the beautiful life of Mrs. Uta Hutcheson McAfee, who sweetly closed her weary eye Monday at at for base ball Manchester,5:30 o'clock p. m, was Ohio. Her death , . 1 x.l r 11 "V... J; w --mr oispiay consists 01 iouow- $ a great bhock to her many iriends line bete although for the past two Pi waeksshe has been lingering be viz: tween life and death in spite of all 5c BaIIst that relatives, friends aud phyFieldres Gloves, sicians could administer. For some time Mrs McAfee has J J been in bad health, but would not i& consent to have her people here notified of the seriousness of her case ttunking she would soon be better. However, about three week a;jo her Mr. and Mrs. J. P. panmts, Hutcheson, went to her home at Stout, Ohio, and her mother has since been with her constantly, Mr LEADING DRUGGIST, Hutcheson's business called him MT. VERNON, KY Phono S9 away several times. AUo Mrs, 0&G$3a$ M. B. tialin, of Mt. Vernon, Ky , Mrs. McAfee's sister and Mrs. Jas. W. Hutcheson, of Orodhead, Ky., her sisteMo law have bton with her, Mrs. Salin io the past five weeks. In order to have the best medical aid possible they moved Mrs. McAfee to Manchester about two weeks ago, and it was there, as Increase stated above, her death occurred as a result of a complication of diseases . The deceased was born Januar 19, 1885 at Monterey, Ky., where her parents lived lor several years, but the greater part of her life was spent in Owenton where she made so many friends among the old as well as the young on account of her It 'will do both and can soon lovable disposition and excellent bo realized if you will only character. start. But you will do noith er without a start, So start Mrs. McAtee was the second a bank account with us and daughter and the youngest child of we will assure you that we Mr. and Mrs. Hutcheson, the will help you to save and in others being Mrs. M. B. Salin, of crease your business. Mt. Vernou; Messrs. J. B. and With best wishes, ww Frank Hutcheson, of this place; Mr. Hutcheson, James . W. Brodhead;and Mr. H. H. Hutche son, Louisville, all of whom were with her when death came with the exception of Messrs. J. W. and r2rrKrrt&-?ete1)frrfaecStoeO "" QKyrPVn&kyr. " v, VI"- w w vJ ' Frank. In this family, this is the first,ae"ath to occur, i' At ftbout the age of thirteen years ''sliegave her life Tto her God and " U T" -- "..-- j T ( T" . -- "Z JC3to ... v --. BASE BALL SEASON CHAS. C. DAVIS' everything in the ine Base - ing, WkT to $ .50 25c to 350 st Base Mits, $ .56 to $3.00 Catchers Mits, 50c to $5.00 Masks, Bats, 25cto$2.50f J0cto$J.00$ Special Price on Club Lots CHAS. C. DAVIS, :& 3X .&' C3eC3 Will it Save Money? Will it Business? WHAT! YES -- To Do Banking Business Cnristian Church of which she became a member. This was exemplified by the active part she took in the service, a regular Sunday School scholar, a member of the choir and just previous to her marriage was organist. She waa popular in social life as wqll as devoted to her church, being a member of two clubs formed here among the young people. Less than a year ago, May 26. 1909, she was married at the home of her parents on Perry Street to Mr. S. B. McAfee, of Stout, Ohio. This short and happy married life was spent in Stout. Mr. and Mrs. J. P, Hutcheson, Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Hutcheson, Mr. Jas. W. Hutcheson, MissAlma McAfee, ot Harrodsburg. Mr. Harry McAlee, of Lawrenceburg, and Mr. S B McAfee accompanied the remains to Owenton Tuesday or. nnnn nnrl tho rirAM U.t J at the Christian Church, conducted w ntuucauay unci j "i noon at 2 o'clock in the presence of many relatives and friends and in the midst of a shower of beautiful flowers, Burial took place in the Owenton I. O. O. F Cemetery. The active pall bearers were: Messrs. . M Hetndon, J. B. Martin, O. H. Curti?, R. H. Gayle, P. A. Alexander, Alvin Stegar. TbeMionorary pall bearers were the members of the F. B. W. Club of which Mrs. McAfee was a member and the firt to be taken from its ranks to the way which no hand can svill, save God's Some of the msmbers wtre unable to he here but those who attended were: Mrs W. B. Lindsay, Misses Martha Holbrook, Kila Roberts, Mollie Perry, Roberta Lee, Leah Walker. Owenton, grief-stricke- was demote SEV'vsn r z li-- '- BESXl MONEY ""- - : BUY- - 1 -t Vfr w lie ., er 1 Shoes for pien, they the Wdk-Ovare the best when it comes to wear, style and And the American Lady Shoes for woprice. men and misses, which have no equal,try them. We are selling ji in 'tajnamwi wiilimuhi iiiu.'iiiiii 1 lIi k t h CTgciaaii jaaggaw , Come and buy your EASTER SUIT We have all the snapAll-wo- mm "Shield Brand" is just the kind of clothing to b.uy for a hoy seven to sixteen years of age. These suits are made stylish and fit well, yet made of fabric good romping. and strong enough to stand "Shield Brand" knee pant suits are sold at seven prices; !j3 the lowest, ijb the highest These garments are also protected by the same guarantee represented m the "Shield." rough-and-tumble ol py styles in Clothing and it will fit f JUSt like " t4 tailor-ma- de that you buy and get no better fit and not half as good cloth for a third more money, the GUARANTEED This is tho label that is sewed to inside of tho coat collar at all times. All genuine "Shield Brand" garments, cither men's, youths' or boys' aro so marked. SHIELD BRAND the best you can find. It is at our store for men and boys. is aaimvj News-Heral- IT'S THE WORLD'S BEST. Mo one has ever made a salve, ointment or balm to compare with Bucklen's Arnica. salve. It's the one perfect healer of 'Cots, Corns, Burns, Bruises, Sores, ScaldB,"Bo1ls Ulcers, Eczema, Salt RheuniVFor Sore Eyes Cold Sores, Chapped Hands, .or Sprains, its. supreme. Infallible for Piles. Oniy a5c at Chas, C. Davis. iszsttxzsxmzasa :, We have the largest stock of Summer Underwear for women and men ever brought to town. When in town call at our store PEOPLES r-- w BASSK, -- ', D33XXI Senator Bradley and former Senator Deboe called at the White House Saturday to ask the PJesi deut to appoint James W. Lamb as postmaster at .Marion, Mr. Deboe 'a home tp F. KRUEGER & SON IT"-- MT. VERNON, KY. ,. . X tw - .. I -- "M ft ., -j V -- . jiv i, .,-,- ;. rT3TStiSi VERNON SIGNAL " IH -- .JUi.m.uMlmii .frffthth :.l&aCAlkJd I 1 serves ord commends his thought' i b& ful ret and on the day of judgtne t Fkjday, April i, 19 iO the records of that great Court of universal justice will give him due credit for such becoming labors Published every Friday by here below. Charles C. Davis, ' EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. i1' courtesy, probitv and openness tiuie reaps the reward of his with the inherited pharmaceutical tendencies of his father, Dr. Davis, Whenever he was invited to engaged patience fills your prescriptions with the n SOIne business transaction he $1.00 ONK VKAR SUBSCRIPTION What a lot of satisfaction there is greatest accurac and promptness. alwajs asked, "is it riRtit? ' not, in doing the right thing and doing Richard and Silin are good Bank"will it pa?'' Good old fashioned The two Advertising rates made known on qualities those which many a man it in the right way. ers, but look out tor those ablo should always go together for application assistants, A B. Furnish and F. might well follow today, especially sometimes the good act doc3 not 'young men just started out in life. Thompson. Jr. We wage! a 'boss achieve the blessings we desire It would prevent many a business because of the want of tact or the collar' to a lady's belt buckle that they will be cashiers one of there failure aud many a moral shipwreck member of clumsy way in which we do it. KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION fine 'tater plantin', i ne men wuo say "let things Easter came earlier than usual spring days and that e'er long. alone, they're good enough foi kJt IIAnf Kill nil 1A chairs or , . , , . vvuD u n.nr With the swiftness of a gray hound iuu vim win Mtt uie y. !l"u '" lue way oi progress weicome us it brought aauic message' "Gene" Browu chases his liverv; its home? for ' " Cl of hope, cheer and immortality, while Cox Bros, nIU frltA steady Tl ey want th.n to continue in Cold and unresponsive and road tested must indeedpuU ofa "in s,uulLtu be the soal ivh.ch at such a time work horse, plies business with !'?MU"M"U nZ carry every goes "..doe not fed some quickening of increasing success. But what of ' who was opposed to the electric ANNOl'NCUMKXTS. Caspr, John Watson, Leonard of ,fc and ' ' We arc authoricil to niniouiice HON, lighting or any other system of and Sam, each one ot them a HARVEY HELM a? n candidate to sue- lighting the streets of the town in It never pays to cheat and steal. lefcal luminary of the first magniCecil hnnselt as Represent uive irom me which I the lower sense it mav frequeu-hhe lived, because, so he said tude. There is also the prince of EiehtU Couressional District subject to could take a stable lantern with tly bring gain, but it always means action of the Democratic party. the millers, Albert Hamlin, a rich of honor and character, nnd benefactor him when he wanted to go down lose of his family and comtown. But it is suggestive that! nothing can ever compensate lor munity. There are others equally THE WEARING AWAY OF the men who oppose improvements such loss, of deserving ot mention, but space PREJUDIST. in their town usually want and Happy is the man does one forbids at this time. have the best of furniture and If you find the man who says thing at a time who takes up the The passing years smooth away other comforts in their homes, plain duty of the moment, whatever that we haven't men who can build the sharp antagonism ot former days It is not to much to say that the it mav be. and does it quickly and a modern Rome and make her shine and the political hostility with like unto tbe "Seven Hill City", it which men regard each other today whole nation is eagerly awaiting cheerfully. is the order of thecourt that he Le wil1 in course of time give place the decision of the Supreme Court Wh'it a dwarfed shriveled up life adjudged a knocker, au insurgent to mutual respect and a larger on the suit brought by the goven is Hut whhh is concerned only of the deepestVdye. But if such charity. All this is being illustrat- ment against the Standard Oil and with itst If It is to be pitied and we have'and hePcan be found, with ed today in relation to the various Beef trusts. Whatever the nature avoided not praised and imitated. the tenderest caresses love him statues that are being placed in the of the decision it is cltar that in back into thejfold qf belief in the Ha'l of Fame in Washington. the matter ol trusts aud corpora- BUILDING MATERIAL substantial growth of home and Here aud there, to be sure, sonic tions a good deal of history is going IN THE FLESH. town. Pill him with an all con voice may be raised in protest con to be m ide during the next few What of Mount Vernon and it's suming desire to be a benefactor of cerninji the inclusion of some par years. In au econonyc sense, . bis race, a Helper ot human prog-iticular statue, but it is drowned in which involves also that whicn is men? Have we building material , the flesh or have we not? Son e rss anda lover of all mankind In that political, the coming decade which W. S. Carter, president of the the chorus of approval. lag behind. Si me boldly proclaim With this spiiit. born of a determi- Brotherhood of Locomotive Fire- swnimmmnimmmnimmmmmmmninimniinimnfc? Hall are found the likeness of men involves also that will be among nation to produce better conditions, men aud Enginemen, sas prowho fought against each other, the most important in the life of the truth una stand out lor better ?nd more imoroved conditions of Mount Vernon will blossom as the spects are remote for the settlewho represented opposite views in the nation municipal affairs. There isU. G. rose, her business expand; educa- ment by Federal mediation of the politics, and who more than once The man who finds his pleasures Baser, the Marshall Fields of tion will come to further bless and differences between firemen and crossed swords with each other enlighten us; our lives will be Western railroad managers. iu debate. But today at the exer- - in drinking or iu animal passion Rockcastle, and Jones Fish oi will surely realize at last that his William Douglass fame, made so by purer and our homes sweeter and cises that mark the unveiling of Prayers wre offered in the happier. The morning stars will Having purchashed the stock of goods of Tip t the statue of such a one, repre pleasures are exceedingly costly in his reputation for splendid shoes. Protestant churches for the resing a charming medley upon a 'sentatives from all pdrts ol ijj the weakening of his will power, a There is the enterprising, progress- PhyLangford, formerly the stock of G. T. Johnson consummation so devoutly wished covery of Senator Daniel. rnntitrv aH to rliftVrent nnlitical wearied satiety and loss of bodily ive firm of McKenzie & McBee, sicians at the b.dside at Daytoui, and in order to close out the stock at once; evUltimately the Mabley & Carett of MTjfcnt forjindjHcavcn will shower upon faiths vie with each other to de-- and raoral strength. Flareport a( slight improvement 'He comes to understand the mean- - Vernon But where; "oh, where us her richest andrareht benedic- scribe in suitable and eloquent erything goesfor ABSOLUTE COST. Senator's condition. tion, language the merits of the one '"K of wliat ,s called ''the law of are Kruger & S in? On New Mara Fire which originated in the 'diminishing returns." though he they can be found, ready, willing DRESS-GOOD-S The asenger conductors have Wyatt Hotel, in Jackson, caused beine honored. may not Know it ny that name. and eier anxious to serve you. been given an increase of wages by me tniury ot several persons a This is well aud lrom it we Anrtv IVh. Ctande Cox, Bowling the L. aud N. Railroad Co. NOmonetary loss of $100,000 and the .should learn the spirit of tolerance if 'manners maketh man," as & Kirby are nhr, ast theltimes with Howard Bowman, colored, was destruction ot an entire block of and of resoect for men whose the old adage puts it, the process of fincv grocer us of every kind. killed in Lonisville by a tobacco business structures. any realm ol thought making is not very far advanced The blaze convictions in There is that sterling, honest ever all hogshead rolling over him. lasted three hours, the best may differ from our own but who with some people. Classes in fair Billy Poynter .Contractors, efforts of the firefighters being are as equally sincere in their courtesy and politeness might not large and small, John cost. dofftheir hats in serving Hendrickson, of Bell county necessary to keep it from spreadiug a ten year sentence view as we may be in ours. for be amiss in some places. admiration for the marvelous enthroughout the city. ergy nnd wise business sense of W. manslaughter, has been released Many who were enthusiastic William H. Marker, former The man who thinks he has no j spares bam uavis 'will soon under a parole. of goods are over aa old fashioned winter prob- faults posesses the greatest of all be the electiic light magnate. The International Harvestei Co. cashier of the First National Bank daily ably think that nature rather are cordially faults. Though he may not What would our snty of tha. dead will establish a cooking plant in of Tipton, Ind., was found guilty Anyway there recognize it his fellow men do, be were it uot to They have in- of embezzlin $100,000 of the bauk this year. AdamV for Harlan county. Jim prices. vested seems to be a glad relief that and their estimate of him is far each year he gathers the fundsnd will over a million dollars at d by a jury in the United Stales have over three hundred ovens. District Court u in Indianapolis. spring is here or ou its way. liotn flattering. personally superutends the clean Rev. T. M. Myers, who preached Noah R. Marker, who was indicted ntontf tllllAO trt I rS t Art we agviy iuuiij iM.9 u Auuukju juia nn j jointly with liis brother, will . . . . a TTTT TTTT wwvavvvvwwvvvvvwv and who was an evangelist for the plead guilty. AsaAsAA... . G. T. SOHNSON'S STORE ROOM. ...a a a a a m a a mmmmmmmmmmmmmimmmammmmmmtommmmmmmmkmmi.Z.ZZ.Z.Z.ZZZ.TZ ......Z.ZZZZZZTTT"-- ' Christian, Church iu Kentucky, Ir 7 T ow" wwii2i2SmSSiiSiiSSiiiSiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiSiSiiiXZZ Geneial debate on the naval died last Wednesday at Lexington appropriation bill tu the House Mo. Saturday gve an opportunity to rraorajzuftt- Thomas MaGhee, a flagman, was several members to deliver poiuauiuuiuiuiuuiiuaiiiniiiuiuiuiuiuiiiiuuiiliiuuii r.rAcs ro. found dead near the Pineville litical speeches. Speeches were Go. Co. CAu depot. A bruise was found made by Messrs. Spright of Missi.. i. iii . ."iiii "A aaiK& behind McGhee's right ear and his issippi, and Hobson of Alabama. neck was broken. It is not known Before adjourning its session in LV whether be was murdered or a train New York to meet in Philadelphia killed him. on April 29 and complete its comE. C. Gross, 20 years old, while plete its work, the inter collegiate attempting to board a freight train football rules committee tentativel) at Bowling Green, was thrown made six important changes in under the wheels and bis right leg the playing rules. cut off at the knee. He was taken Senator Beveridee cut very little in charge by the railroad surgeon, figure in the'i conventions that . named delegates to the Republican It is thought he will recover. convention of Indiana. James Cain, gate keeper for the L. & N. at Corbin, shot and killed WILL - William McCullom and in turn was w HEADQUARTERS AT LANCASTER, KY. killed by Lee Reid.al whom Cain McReed and bad also shot. SHOES iff Wv Cullom were in charge of Police Best In the World 1 E&- w- Mk AAA.. ' Judge Early when the shooting Our new Spring lino is full of thorn, from the chaste, Plnin UNION Design to the catchy, fancy patterns. There is a riot of styles " occurred. MADE Kansas City has raised $1,030,000 Boys' here for you to chose from and the time to see them is NOW ..J1J ll.L to maintain a line of freight boits Shoma Come in when you are down town this afternoon.' between that city and St. Louts on See the NEWTHINGS if only 1o post yoursolf. the Missorri River. & A rich' imn died at an advanced qp iu Chicago the other day. Hfc Wa1. regarded as almost the last men engage. They expect results survival of those who did business j too jsoon and when thev are not in that city before the war. All forthcoming the promoters become classes mourned his death and impatient, lose heart and give up. .revered his memory. In his long The patient man holds on, does business career he was noted for no: get discouraged and in due flT?r; "" . At , - .'! .n r - WHAT i IS IT YOU NEED? any I grass-growin- T Is it furniture, carpets, rugs, the thing time-trie- d ..,,..,.,. -' thing that from a teaspoon to a piano. yourwants ----- We in the house We can furnish e 1'-- Farmers when you want hardware don't sight us. ICE CREAM FREEZERS ANY SIZE. S. B. McKENZIE. I i .... Phone H3. MT. VERNON,' KY. u apocBaG$$$$rqtac8 X5xxdcS83xx I 3 ! AT COST 3 3 z. .' m 1 , iu-th- e t . SHOES, (Large Assortment) CLOTHING, TIONS, GROCERIES, GRAN- iv'il ITE WARE, go for absolute w 3 over-jjdidj- t, e...eeoeee....... ... T w and you g g examine them and get B Our shipments new invited to.callin3 3 arriving m 3 TTTTW ?' I Mrs, L Mt. VERNON, B, ADAMS 1 3 - KY.3 PeteMgftioe Peter;: Mc& K ,immw Pete'Ps Shtfe 3C6e333cCXXC WANTED Bvry PAY CASH. XPX38e3C EGGS, POULTRY AND ALL KINDS OF PRODUCE HANDSOME OXFORDS W. L. DOUGLAS Sa nn ra a ork At Mt. Vernon Monday. W: R. GOTT & CO. . L. .l 1 J TO-DA- - t The PETERS SHOE has outdone itself for us this season for And these beauty of patterns and superiority of workmanship. DIAMOND BRAND SHOES do have n way of wearing that is hard to equal. r Uavo just received a large shipment of Spring and Summer DRESS GOODS in pongee, linen, ghingham, etc. am 'i Men s r 5 ?s:i:irin:zs: ri iizirzrriirrrr mmUMMliaaaiaMtMMtll(MIIIMlMiaiMMMMiUMaaMiMaaMS ??! t :::::: t :::::::: t:t:t:ttt ttt ttMtt :t tttttt?Htt:tt : t : : t t t : t j : t $ J "?: s 1 1 L. " :: '.fe. ) pi. J. 'ljUt!k.: .. tV " Ilj)iajjq SUIU31)3U0J)9 pUB pjDXUJOUODa 3im jo; ia) psiist pat ostein joi jtjiijjy oq $2.00 and $2.50 Fast Color Cyititi SUOpipUOD S33b p lV pu JOJ pOOQ $ noX 3uitsijnou puB snotoipQ DAJOS UBD & McBEE t.. isip JO Moq sDq aijj si : ! sio V jdipnQ 2iq EmuUa sad amp4 oa the bottom to protKt Uit wearer tnlut hlib prleff aad Inferior iboea. Take He Bubetl. It W. U bonilit tlioee an pot for Ml la Tour " MU Order CatsTof. W.UScuilu, 'ItlnjT. price I CA.UTIOM W. L. DougW'tlioe are the lowett pnee, quality coaiidered, In the world. Their excellent 'tyle, eay fitting and lone wearing qualities excel thoie of other make. If jrou hare been paring high pricet for yowr (hoe, the next time you need a pair gTve W. L. Douglat hoea a triaL You can tare none on tout footwear and get ehoea that are jiut aa good in ererr war thote that Bare been coeuag you higher price.. If you could ritit our large factories at Brockton, Mai. and aee for yourself now carefully W. L. Uougla. .hoc. are made, you would then understand why they hold their shape, fit better and wear longer than other Makes. W. L. Utiir j I 3cxscrc9e3c9gn $g8acxsexnicx o Convenience of the Savings Account. Many persons keep thoir monev here as nermnnent in. Is avoid. I'ed. Aa an investment, you can comnuto the net returnn upon raiuiy. onmu uuioums may oeauueaat any time. A savings account offers a profitable means to realize on funds that are, taie, awaiting investment, You may withdraw a part or the entire amount at any time. With a determination to save von aro always wwlcomo here'. Why not lend your money to the , oanKr as oorrowers, we stand ready to receive such amounts 'as you can save from time to time. We will tmv vou a tpbu. lar rate of interest on your money We'll explain in detail if you win can at tao oanic. .vestment bocause the risk of loantnir to individuals . nam. "fif RBuunr" THE BANK OF MT VERNON, , (iffCORPOHATBD.) ' ( 3 y U. G. BAKER &&P&C& IT. VERNON, KENTUCKY. .'' y fmiJ'M.'ii ..;.iw; - ?:x . suitings at McKbn.ir & McBk&s. Ky. April. t,19i0 A small child of Mr. and Mrs ' Mt Vkrnon, G. S. Griffin- has been vqr.v sick l TTACallup "Km. 19" wHBfi'rrQ for several days. y u want to Communl I, fj L - O out with SIGNAL. Leave your, laundry nt McKenzie - MJ., VERNON SIGNAL DoDlt forget tile line Of Spring f 3o0 a:agc 1 f K l """ 1 U,. .11 . Ill iUOi '. . ..... I a. ,k 1 i.. r) jf :rB2S m? tm . r " . . H. . M h a7llr F V 5aaP F iF V !". T-t'y- " t - tViA T)jnVil1 etiPA Diy Cleaning CoT 'ICut prices' on window 'curtains next week.-- - Rr fT?' fr r 9 mitti 'cr y . k H . T . J ! ten r"i. - e - - n sjt-- . .'" m- - r. l.X tk,d J t Bill i ; ; . rsHity ,. 1 r ,rn.a a Jj fi - r!4 - ' ri : H H sv -- -- - IV V A-- h w l l.uiivulc anhvillcr.R ce. 4.55 3:52 a m TIME TABLE. ,. c I II fi'; t Kir nr' C'y Iv "k 'I I Rev. William Williams, district ill' of will find these clothes so inspect and on organizer for the Modern Brother11:44am W ... ..;,.. 12: icfa m hood of America, is mettiug with style, so so low price go Tas. Landrum, Agent. great success. In the last four months be has put on four lodges, Phone No. 58. at Orlando, one in Jackson county, ' Entered t the Ut Vernon, Ky, Fottofflce one at Level Green ard ' one at ' I I mall matter. m itesnil-elu- t Brpadhead. It is a spit udid order, ' the social benefits being worth nil select clothes here you are style PERSONAL the pro- M. it costs to say nothirig-otection, in the way of insurance, value possible secure the Mr. W. T. Smith is able to be sick benefits etc., which it provides. on the streets again. (X t ', $$ mw ill l' f At a meeting of the stock holders .Miss Fva Fish was home from of the Rockcastle County Fajr Norton, Vs., for Easter, Association held some time since Mrs. Alex Manus died of con- the officers of 1909 were sumption at Wildie Monday. Granville Owens, President, B. A. Lloyd Hayes, of Bcrea, has beeu Yaden Vice Prsident, A. J. Hag'fellows attractlike with relatives here tor some das. gard, Secretary and J. W. Hutche-soMrs. Cora White is visiting her treasurer. R. H. H&rum, J. like, qualities ive styles are parents, Mr.' and Mrs. Re me W, Tate and A. E. Albright like will please styles. aud 19 directors. August Adams. were named as the dates for holding V. B. Roberts, of Hyden, arrived head here. are looking for service. yesterday to take charge as foreman the 1910 exhibition, It was also ordered by the stock holders to in the Signal office. shares from Miss Elizabeth Adams is at increase the number of 71 to 90 shares. Anyone desiring horns for a few days from .Caldwell a share can obtain same by calling CollegVDauYiller on or writing secretary Haggard . Mr. and Mrs. Allen Hiatt. ol IS at Brodhead. A number of needed If Hiatt, were with Mr. and Mrs. D improvements will be incde to tbe N. Williams the first ot the week. grounds and a special effort will be finest of season came is 3k. . t . Mrs. Nancyt Jane Searcy, Mr. going to be made to make the 1910 " .Janje .JJloomer.. and Miss.SaUie exbibition-.byia- r has the T. "Seafc (eft yesterday for Oklahoma. ever been.. 4px&Dd&r &&X ' Mr.' and Mrs;. L. R. Hughes, of CIRCUIT COURT oosier Com Drills & South denied persons. , This appropriaStanford. wcr with Mrs. Hugh's "nii!nm!!!n!n!n?!!!!H!n!!W!!!!nn!n!m!!!!!m!rammn!g tion was not madeand it will be a The llockcastle Circuit Court Bend Plows at and family father, F. L. Thomp-odifficult matter to provide the M cKizius&McBees convened Monday with Judge elect 23 Sunday. means under tbe present circumB J. Bcthurum on the bench and of Livingston, W. J. Childress, Cashier and Mrs. M. B. Salin stances. Kentucky has taken a 4 years Old; 16 hands and. is a Attorney- - elect 3 . PRACTICAL informs us that he willsoon migtute long step forward in the opinion of Mahogauy Bay Sired by the great Mr. Commonwealth s returned borne Monday. , M. L. Jarvis, at his post of duty. little town Huston-ville- Criminologists, to that sl'lendid UNDERTAKE8S. Salin was very sick for several days in passing tbe New Dignity Dare 1982, he by Chester The following gentlemen were Lincoln county, to locate. comb law. In divorcing the State Dare No. ro be by Black Squirrel last "week, FUNERAL DIRECTORS, selected as jurors: We regret to loose Dr. Childress AND Mrs, Sarah Maret, of Wildie, from the ancient and repulsive 58; ie by Black Eagle 74, he by Grand Fury aud his most estimable wife from method of 'legal exectip'on, even KingWilltam 67, he by WashingEMBALMKR8 scent Sunday and Monday with J. L. Thompson, E. B. Brown our county, (but we certaiuly'hope when conducted us pi'iv'.tely as ton Denmark 64, he by Gaines' 2 her daughter Mrs. J. Fish on Mt. Vernon,. Ky. W H Gentry, W F. Cress, Patrick tbo change wjll pi'oye a beneficial possible, the Commonwealth has Denmark 61. Dignity's 1st dam by Newcomb Ave. Burk, J. H. Laswell, A. 'C. Car- one for, him. Dr. . Childress is taken rank along with many other SV1ETALIC Lizietnont by Welchmont No. 6367, " Mr. Ed Walker a well known R B. specially adapted to bis chossn pro- progressive States. penter Sam McClure, he by William Welch 341. Silver B. tox hunter aud prominent Garrard t Harmon, J. A. Scott, J. D. Penn fession, and to bis new aociates, county farmer fs very ill at his : A good work mate Dare's 1st dam is by Silver King, Liconed Etnbulmor will have charge of that line of For Sals: iriends aud patrons, we can heartily ington and D. R. Gentry. home near Lancaster. in fold by the Dr. G. JJ. Lawrence he by On Time, he by Stonewall S: work for the company. recommend him as a gentleman Petit Jury bors2. Will work anywhere and Jackson, he by Washington' DenBl Camp, a well known inJ. worthy of their con Hearse sout to all points. S Orders by wire promptly tilled. W. M. Sowder, Henry Cromer, and physician perfectly safe for, women and mark 64. surance mau, of Lebanon, was fidence. Squire Some of Dignity Dare's colts children to handle. , among the many visitors in town R. G. Moore, J. 0. Rimel, Manager j Singleton, J. C. P. Myers, T. L. JUDGES FOR PIANO CONTEST have sold as follows: Nettleton J. T LAWRurca, during the week, talking life Oiiico Mt. Vcruou Monumental Building PHONE" 113 Arnold. Tom Mod Mullins. Jesse Mt Vernon, Ky. $3,600, Winsom $800; Prospect insurauce. j Denny, A. M. Mounce, Green The Jim Anderson Mare iiiiaiiiiiiiiiiuiiiuiiiaiUiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiuaimiuumiUiuiHiif $3,600, Every young lady, who enters "Victor C. Tate left Mondaj .. DISPU TANTA. Cress, Marshal Swinford, W. J. Tub Signal's piano contest, can $3,000, Hay Day $r.6oo, .Prince for1 Louisville, where he .morning D. G. do it with the absolute assurance ,!' ' Bowman, John Elder, Harrison $2, Goo, Toxie Dare $1,500, at ojee assumed his duties as Bullock, W. M. Pennington, P E. of fair treatment. London Dare $1,550, Dareall $1,- editor ol "on March the 20th, Mrs The Died of "manufacture , Shivell, .Willis Bustle, 'Richard this paper is determined that the Bob Clark. She has been sick for 000, White Foot $600. T etc. He is located in Louisville. , Chas Proctor, J. T. Ohewuin-;Silver Dare will make the.season be conducted along several years. She leaves six chilcontest must Is to mile lroni Wilson, Allen Burdette. Carroll absolutely fair lines that nothing dren and a host of friends to mourn of 1910 at my stable LOCAL Martin and Robert Adams. Of what use is ii wsitch if it will not toll correct time? Abney and Hiatt Post Office at $10 to insute a will be permitted that will savor her loss. Larken money becomes No Harrison Hale were in this part living colt. Season The following list of fines were of partiality or favoriteisin. When we repair u watch wo want it to keep correct time Just received another shipment due when mare is sold or parted imposed:ballots will be permitted to go into the first of the week on bu&iness, Diamond Brand Shoes. Wo not only repair watches, but we adjust and time of Peters Graudon Ball, concealed weapons the ballot box but honest, legitimate Rev. F. C. Phelps filled his regular with All pains will be taken- to preMcKknzik & McBbe thorn, There is a, difference in simply repairing a watch "' Fish, the clothing mau, is offer $25; Bob Hurley, Grover Mullins, ballots; and in order to insure an appointment at Macedonia Satur- vent accident, but will not be rerind adjusting it. A mechanic can often repair a watch, Ed MullinF, 4 cases; John Mounce absolutely fair count at the" end of day and Suuday The farmers are sponsible should any occur. men and but it requires art and skill to adjust and time a watch ing some bargains to JACK Ott Mink, and Bill Durham each the contest, we have appointed very busy sowing oats and grass suits at fined after the repairing is done. When we repair a watch vre . young men. $20 and cost for gaiming-EdgaI will at the same place and time for judges, for the men who will Miss Daisy Lake, of Harts, is with do the ill UatUlLl 41UU timinjr Ihe accurate au $12 50 and $t s 00. . McKenzie for breach of the count the ballots, three representa- her Mrs Nannie Ham- stand my good mule Jack at $6 to l.J sister, .w justing unci tuning wo give a wntcli is wiiat mattes our fl 1 peace $5o; Casper Adams concealed tive citizens ot our. city whose monds. Miss Lula Wuddle visited insure a living colt. GEORGE W. MURPHY w repairing satisfactory weapons $25; R. A. Pike, gaming reputatious for fairness and honesty Miss Virginia Payne Sunday Mrs. R. L. SMITH, NotarV Public These Oma Croutcher, who has been sick Phone in residence. case continued until next term; will not be questioned. Hiatt. Ky. Office with Dr.. Webb, Dr. Davis' Drug Store W. L for some time, is improving. Miss Tade Lee selling liquor $5o and judges are as tollows: Livingston Ky. Feb. To Contractors and Buildcost; A. J, Rowe for contempt of liichards, cashier of Tbe Bank ol Chessie Anglin entertained a large ers; We have opened a sand Laundry: Send your laundrv court iu failing to obey summo'ns Mt. Vernon; M. B. Saliu, cashier crowd of young foks Sunday. to Bowling & Kirby's store for $n; Jno. Brock gaming $20; Fred ol the Peoples Bank aud J. Fish, Mrs. Nannie Northern is very low uarryq on the James Cummins the Lexington laundrv. Owens carrying pistol $25; G. M. proprietor of the well known, Fish at this writing. W! A. Hammond farm near Withers Ky., at Donera We W.,C. Kirby Agent. Hamni selling whiskey $60; Daniel Furnishing Store. Mch. Stf. is in Richmond on business. The siding on K. C. Railroad. v H 1 is have two grades of th's saud viz, 8bp Murriell pistol $25, Sunday school at this place For Sale: One No for brick making, DEATH CHAIR. G, S. Griffin was re appointed progressing nicely with a large at- Jim White sand Russel boiler a id engine, one one single suiface Mastes Commissioner aud U. G. tendanceRobert McQneen and brick laying and plastering, second spindle lathe, Thb Statr wife were the guests of Mr. and pebble grit for concrete work aud plaining mill jall on or address Baker appointed trustee ot the Electrocution at Penitentiary Takes Place Mrs. A. M. Payne Sunday. Mattie railroad baliast. Contractors and B C. Anderson jury fuu-- to succeed J. F. Griffin. exBrodhead, Kv. McGu're, of Berea, was visiting builderss needing sand, should of Gallows. Logan Mize, Tno. Mize, Jas. amine the quality, as there is relatives at this place last of the Mize two cases and Phil Northern nothing better on the market to , Notice: -- Until further notice COMPLETE LINE week. Death "by the rope" in fined $20 for gamtwo cases each day. Prices furnished on applicawe will grind only on Tuesday and least under lawful con- of the week. Lewis Abrams is ing. The case against R. P. Pike Coffins, Caskets and Robes. Saturday, but will be prepared at tion and all orders promptly filled. was ditions, soon will be a thing of the moving to Madison county. All Mail, Telegraph or Tola-- . our exchange for the killing of Joe Mize Rockcastle Sand Co., all times to continue 4? .rwSSjSSS Pj&3 ytSrK9k continued. Jimmy Jones given one past, as Governor Willson has ap- Martha Anglin was visiting- her ' business. phono orders Promptly J. H. & D. T. Cummins. Proprs year in the pen for Mealing goods proved the bill introduced b) sister, Mrs. Martha Jones, ThursWithers, Ky. Mt. Vernon Roller Mills is Filled. Martha Philips Mrs. Senator Herman Newcomb which day. from M. A. Minks store. as the having some work done on their Wednesday the case against substitutes electrocution For Sale: One house and lot Sewing Machine: lam located Owen Turpin charged with the means of inflicting the death dwelling where she will move to n Livingston and my farm of too v&c&Dd&x: at the Mt, Vernon Hotel property killing of Bcgie Phillips was called penalty. The law also provides iu the neur future. Lloyd, the well Peoples Bank, with a and both sides announced ready that such electrocutions shall take littleson of Mr. and Mrs. W. A acres near Roundstone section next door to Will sell at bargains. full line of Singer Sewing Micbines when the following men were place within tile wallsof the Stale Phillips is very sick at this writing. improved. .a W. B. Sigmon, i tm iVio rnc. .trienn at TTr.ink'fnrt . This dnps Those needing anything in that QUEEN & WbUe r R Bullock', G. W Brown. Tom away with tbe "hWrnan's day." Wildie, Ky. invited tocall on me there. M Dec. line are '. J. G- ORTON, Agent. Mod Mullins, R. C. Adams, Henry which has long beeri k recognized McKenzie & McBbe Although perforated with bullets rvmttpr I . t P. Mvers. R. G. institution in KenttekyX An ex partiesare cordially Noxica:-A- U and knocked senseless by a rifle Col. Roosevelt will sail for New Jooked Chas. Wilson, Jno. ecution generally his .invited to call and see us, w carry Bowman, upon as a grewsome. snow, just York June io on the steamer Kais-eri- ball which struck him in the fore- -' f excursion of as Elder. season a general line of merchaudice Auguste Victoria and the head, but did uot penetrate, Luther The teking of evidence was be bow the prison connlissioners tvill I well as all kinds of funeral supplies. Crescent vessel is expected to reach port Ray, a Garrard county farmer, srot Judge L nrovide for this mbthod of exec " And to those who ride to town, guu yesttrdav morning The former President and instantly killed Creedmore Dr. foe Barr. Munei7. At- - tion is a question County bring your horses and hitch them W. Betl.urtini and will be operated JO. a Fraiikfort, ex- - has agreed to a public reception if Turner, of Bell county "Quarter the store, it will torney S. D Lewis are assisting prison physician in our lot behind and who was one of House',' fame, Attorney jarvis presea tiie opinion main woum u is m.up.imsuui' .. M,,t- - ntrtenndsee us Commonwealth' particulars call Special , a J Arthl-- r s...!rn om artrtrnttrla t inn nt Stir . f tilpa uiMn annt anA the three men who had attacked .uif .... you buy or not whether Ray at his home near Bourne, in C. Williams and J. W. Brown are ooo to properly equip tbe peniten- - killed Bessie Stith iu Louisville, is Your friends, " Garrard county. a raviug maniac. . tiarv for the eletrocution of coutaking care of the defendant. Cox Bros. V & 23 21 22 north 24 north pm Mr..Scroggins, father of J. A. Scroggins and the father-in-laof S. E. Chandler, died of Brights diseose yesterday, at his home near Maretburg. ARE j YOU CDin vp READY FOR IN HERE afL aVSaVaV a I MaBarvaVVL'-- ...... south...: South. SUPPOSE YOU DROP GOOD SUITS TO-MORRO- W try some our new Spring Suits just in. You high in quality and that you just can't home without them. in attractive in J" j J BETTER SUITS CMC vp KJ best tjnn SUITS f Remember when you best wear value and your to sure to get the best anywhere anytime. PLJ n THE BEST TOGS FOR THE LITTLE FELLOWS TOO NEW patterns, made up in that boys the parents, who PLEASING STYLES IN NEW STRAW HATS. who The young snap 17-1- 8 that $2.00 to $7.50. and vim in the hats they wear, these winning sure to Bring your $1.00 to $4.00. RIGHT NO W the THE BEST TIME to get YOUR SPRING SUIT. shown this you want the very pick suits that right away. best-that- K$X$afaX3C3 n Silver Dare M. VUMIM UfUKOT QU, -- 3 si J g COUCH -- CASKETS Coffins and Robes. 1 3 2 3 2 3 2 GEORGE OWENS, 'census-'inspecto- r ftfi$hrlfr&&&JC cx3ca A Watch Made Keep Time - - - All-wo- r I blrh, 1 1. FRANK MOORE, 25-i- PArX!C$$DeC fCXtoC: Ky GRANVILLE OWENS UNDERTAKER 1 Brodhead Ken-tuckyj-- - " Mcb.-xS-t- f. -- $ bcDcbicDodxxaj CRESCENT i " J. :.... ?tf"?m - v w 'J i7-3- Hit . EXCUSIONS W0. u The rst Queen & 0, 4 I ! -- - train. For W. C. RINEARSON, G, P. A the via the Route to Cincinnati, Sunday, April on Agent. .i f 'I -- 3S BEAUTIFUL $400 Piano Free TtfUllST -POPULAR LADY IN GOOCHLAND. nicely pine hill Miss, Nell McFerron homefQlks last week. LEVEL (.HfifiX. rM - i .i HSH MTl Farming is progressing very in this vicinity. Mrs. Ella Angliu anil Mrs. Addie Richardson visited their pucnls, Mr. and Mrs J. 0 Phillips, Sunday. J. L. Jones has gone to Knox county on busines-iMisses Rose Phillips Marv K. Jones and Ella Dooley have returned from lierca where hey have been going to school Mrs. Stella Sexton and son, Robert were visiting in Goochltnd Friday. vWo hope all christian people in this vicinity will attend our Sunday school which will begin at Sycamore the first Sunday in 'April. Homer and Talunge Phillips were at Johnetta Siturd v -- Misses Martha and Mary E Jones spent Sunday with Miss Rose Phillips. Mrs. Martha Phillips win in Climax Tuesday on business. Lawrence Abrams is very low with typhoid . IK dBBHPB'rHlvvsi'irNBjflu&JBSPviflif kai 'j' vrf Sjyj?"yPBitLfjPTBMB Don't you want a Piano like this? You Read rules belb w can get it if you will try These prizes will be awarded by 5 How to Win i e Rules ot Contest Standing of contestants will be published in this paper regularly and will be compiled from the edit or's records, as the ballot box will be locked. The publishers are not to tell for whom anyone votes except in case of alleged error or irregularity. An awarding committee of thtee of the best business men are to be appointed to make final count aid a popularity Voting Contest, which THE MT. VERNON SIGNAL count will has just started and-thbe made and the pnVe awarded by three of our most prominent citizens' who will act as the judges, names to be announced later. This piano will be awarded to the young lady residing in Rockcastle, Countv who at the do e of the contest, is found to have the gJeatest number of votes. JA ' One thousand votes will be given There is one way ot getting votes free to each young lady nominated viz: Bv clipping the cupon from s. this paper and by securing either during the first thirty uew subscription , renewal subwill not run less The contest scriptions or by collecting money that go days, the day of closing due on tgack subscriptions. will be announced in advance. How to Get Votes distribution of prizes. !" t'. M1' 2i. ?.. .' . .X' - The right to postpone the day Each dollar received on new subscriptions entitles you to 500 of closing is reserved. The contest shall close at n cervotes. Each dollar received on renewal tain date announced later. or paid in on back subscriptions No employe of the paper or entitles you to 400 votes. WALLPAPERING, bis family shall be a candidate DECORATING. ETC. Who Can Enter Any white girl or lady of good About two weeks previous to reputation residing in Rockcastle date of closing, the judges are to LARGE STOCK OP PAPER ALand adjoining counties. WAYS ON HAND. take the ballot box carefully lockHow to Enter Clip the cupon in this advertise- ed or sealed, to the batik announcment and mail it at once to this ed news columns, where it will te Our work is guaranteed. office Candidate's coupons with full instructions for their use will kept during business honrs and in W. A. CAKSON. Mt. Vernon, Ky, be sent you immediately, as well the vault at night until the clpse of asdesdriptive literature of the piathe contest, when the awarding no for I flflrt Eraa committee will take charge and rvtnc I.VWVT I GS WVHV..3 count will be given to those entering now niuke fti-mem-ber- Scale of Votes fOIMSnONErIM W.A.Carson was with Missel Mai garite and Verna Welch, of Mt. Vernon, visited their grandmother, Mrs Dolan Saturday and Sunday. Miss Ida Bell Johnson was in Mt. Vernon Friday. W. H. Car mical was in Mt. Vernon Monday on business. Mjss Duler McHar- gue is visiting her shter, Mrs. L. W. H G. Falin, at Livingston Cottengitn, of this place, has small pox. Little John Carmical is on the sick list. Mr. Mrs. Jim Berry, of Corbin, arc visiting homefolks this week.--MTom Cliff died Thurs day of consumption. She leavs a husband and four children. The remains were laid to rest Friday evening in the cemetery here. Mr. George Durham who has been sick for some time 'h no better. Mr. and Mrs. V. P. Freeman, visit-efever. Mr. andfMrs. Jim Meadows at W. M Johnson and family are selling out to go to Hamilton Ohio Mt. Vernon. where they will make their future COVR lioue Little Edna Hazel Jones, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. V. S F. Hampton Jones is very sick.--Mrs. Kelley continues about the Mt Verncn on business first same uas-iMiss Mattie Owens is visiting relatives in the Hiatt REACHING THE TOP. in any calling of life, demands a vjclnitythis week. Will Thompvigor Mis body and n keen biain. son, of Mt. Vernon, was the guest Without health there is no success. of Charley L. Davis Saturday and But Electric Bitters is the greatest Sunday. Elijah Bordng visited lleiHIi Buil ler the world has ever kno.vn It compels perfect action his brother, Joshua Boreing. first o( stomach, lhe kidneys, bowels, of the week. Sam Byant is erectpurifies and enric.es the blood, ing an addition to his dwelling lone- - and invigorates the whole housed J. G. Riddle of East system and enables you to stand Bernstadt visited his brother J. W. hewtur-itear of your daily Riddle last'week. ivork "Att.T mouths of suffering Misses Myrtle Owens and Lida from Kidney Trouble." writes '.V, I. Sherman, of Cushiug, Me.. Baker, of Burr, were the guusis of hree bottles of Electric Bitter."! Mrs. Joe Thompson Saturday and made made me feel like n new Sunday. Mrs. J. Boreing was the niRji " 50c. at Chas. C Davis guest of her sister, Mrs. Thomas Hagan, of near Koundstone. from Friday until Sunday. John Tread way, who works at Big Stone Gap Vn., was' with homefolks fir.it of the week. Mrs. Ollie J Bryant Plenty of fresh air, and grandson, Sherman, visited Mrs. S, B Ramsey, at Mt Vernon sleeping and a from Friday until Tuesday. Mis. plain, nourishing diet are Jarvs Cook, of Blanche, was visitall good and helpful, but ing in this vicinity first of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Carter Childress the most important of were the guests of Mrs. Childless all is pjivntb. Mr. and Mrs. Marion Treadway from Friday until Sun day. Joshua Parrett, of Mt Vernon, nas in this vicinity Sunday. It is the standard treatMr. and Mrs. Jasper Owcus, of ihe ment prescribed by phyHiatt neighborhood were the guests sicians all over the world of M,. and Mrs. C. C. Owens for this dread disease. It Saturday and Sunday- .- Miss Emma e is the ideal Davis visited Miss Helen Hackney Sunday. to heal the lungs Mrs. VV. H. Proctor was the and build up the wasting guest of her daughter, Mrs. Flim body. Punelt Mouday.- - Miss Winnie 'for salx bv all druggists Falin spent Easier with homefolks 8od 10c, name ot papr and this mi. for Mr. and Mrs. Marion Treadway our beautiful Bavln-- a Dank and Child's Each bank oontalua a (loot wete cal'd to Wildie Friday on ac Luck Vena. count of the serious illness of their SCOTT & BOWNR 409 Fori SUN.Y, niece Mrs Manus Mr. and Mrs George I'arrett were the guest 0! Mr. and Mrs. Emmit Trendwa oldai lrVMts fa1 monla Sunday. There will be singing u the school house Saturday nigln also preaching Sunday. rs. d J. u d As there has'beeu no news from our little villlage for three weeks on Ask your doctor How' often, he prescribes an 'alcoholic account of te scribe having been stimulant' for children, lie will probably say, "Very, very confined to the sick room, we are rarely. Children do not need"timulating,''iAsk him glad to once more be able to carry how often he prescribe a tonic fo'r them "H64 will probour part of the correspondence. ably answer, "Very, ,Very frequently." Then ask him With one of the loveliest months Sarsaparilla as a tonic for the about Ayers of March about gone our farmeis young, rouow wsauvice. riCKnuwb. ij,UYiycfH.o.,Lowcu,mau. have done much work in preparing for crops and general cleaning and The first great rule ofhealth "Dally movement of the bowcU" Ak your doctor If repairing. A great many are ready this Is not 10. Then ask him about Ayef Pill. Sold for Hearty sixty years. for corn planting and no doubt there will be corn planted the first of April if the mice warm weather continues. Early wheat is looking fine, but There is a bottle of Cardui waiting for you at the wheat which was sown late is very drug store. Have you tried It? thin. Dr. G. C. Price was in town If not, we urge you to do so, before your troubles Monday on business. Miss Ola have obtained such a hold on you, that nothing will drive DeBord, attending Brown Memorial them out Even now, it may too late. But try it anySchool, spent Saturday until Monhow. If anything can helo vou. Cardui will. It has helrjed day at home. There were services I, in thousands of cases, where other medicines had been at Friendship Sunday conducted by mea m vain, why snouia it not do the same tor your Rev. McLair, of Somerset Quite a number of our citizens are in Mt. Vernon this week attending Circuit Court. E F. Gentry, of Quail, was in Level Green Monday. R. I, Brown, of Somerset, was with J 45 homefolks at this place recently. The Woman's Tonic Mr. and Mrs, spent My daughter, Octava, would have been in her. grave Sunday with Mrs. Prices parents, today, had it not been for that fine medicine, Cardui," Mr. and Mrs. John Thompson writes Mrs. Laura Lawrence, of Drennon Springs, Ky. Mrs. Sallie Jones, of Livingston, "Nothing I tried helped my daughter, until she had taken Cardui. I had sent for the doctor, when I thought who was formerly Miss Thomas of your medicine and got bottle. When she. had of this place was with homefolks taken four doses she became all right I often recommend of the boys this week. Some Cardui to my friends." ( "lode the goaj" at the recent Your dniggist sells Cardui with full instructions for use meeting of Level Green M. B. A 'on-th.. bottle. . Lodge, but none were seriously Write to: Ladies' Advitorj Dept, GatUnoota Medicine Co., Cbtttinoen. Tesa.. totSpttWJnitnictms. udM-pf- e book. "Home Treatment lor Women," Katbtc. injured. Mrs. T. J. DeBord and son Thos. spent Sunday last with'relatiyes -T at Buffalo. 'Uncle Bill says this has been the finest March he has We Want to SU VOU an ever seen, and.Uuele ought to know ON 30 DAYS has seen severi.l. for he non-alcoholic AieoWo! fo Cfiildren Have You Tried It? be-nea- rly m CARDUI a$l e Estil-Pric- e "Ks; tifllBirifl out-doo- rs FORCED TO LFAVE HOME. Every yea fa large number of poor sufferers 'who-- lungs me sore and racked with coughs are urged to go to another climate. Buc this is costly and js not always sure There's a better way Lt Dr King's New Discovery cure you at borne. "It cured me of linig trouble." writes W. R. Nelson, ot Calamine, Ark., when all else failed and I ;r'ned 47 pounds in weight. Its surely the King of all Thouscough iind lujifi cures " ands owe ihe)lves and health to it Its positively guaranteed for Coughs, Colds. LaGrippe, Asthma, all Throat and Lung Croup troubles. 50c and $t 00 Trial bottle free at Chas. C. Davis. An amicable agreement on the Canadian tariQ situation probably will be reached in the next few days. Following a conference ORGAN ON 1 Fre8 Trial we eell DIRECT from oar factory, on credit, 40 to COporoont lAJVTEB. -- Wo own and, operate tho BIGGEST OHQAN PLAKT IK THE WORLD, and make the J3K3T orgranaf which ASK THE EDITOR ADLER ORGAN CO. SWJJWSKS St. 2901 W. Chestnut wholesale or retail doaler in America. loolwllU.Kf.' than .any . Scott's Emulsion m . NO CREDIT 8 45 5 I food-medicin- ' Having concluded to mnkri ray business strictly cash nnd produce, I will sell for a small profit. So give me your trade and I will.treat you right. CLO'SINC-OUT Bketcb-Boo- between the Canadian representa tives and President Taft at the White House Saturday, a statement was given out at the negotiations had taken a form which gave a friendly understanding would be reached immediately. have a largo stock of Ladies' Cloaks from 1 to 1 to $5. .SjJVIen's and Boys' Overcoats from Also Mon's and Beys' Suits and Odd Pants, which I am compelled to sell to make room for my Spring goods Yours, I M. L,. MYERS, Dantist. At Residence on Old Main Street. A. C. HIATT HIATT, ?w 111! BEWARE OF OINTMENTS FOR CATARRH THAT CONTAINS MERCURY KENTUCKY-- ! I trie-fin- al ,4 v- - . - ' . " . h ; 4 It" . . ' " k Cut Out Coupon, Fill in Blank and Mail to .Us. : . " ' J MT. VERNON, KY. as mercuro wilL stirelj destroy the Will be in office at Livingston reuse of smell and completely derange the whole system when every Monday, entering through the mucous surWork guaranteed. faces. Such articles should never be used except on, prescriptions iruiu icpuiauie puysiciaus, as- uic damage they will do is ten fold to'the good you can possibly de rive irom them. Hall's Cararrh Cure, manufrctured by I F Chei suo., loieuo uuio contains u,, mercury, and is taken interally, acting directly upon the blood and BRODHEAD KY,. DENTIST mucous surfaces of ihe system. MT. VERNON, KY. Granite and Marble Monuments In buying' Hall's Catarrh Cure be and Tombstones manufactured by sure you get the genuine. It is Office at residence on Main Tt. Crown and Bridge Work u taken internally and made in ALBRIGHT & FRANCISCO. Work guaranteed. Toledo Ohio, by F. J. Cheney & Specialty Also Agents for Iron Fence. Co. Ttstimonials free. Sold by D. B. Albright, Manager druggists. Price 75c. per bottle Take Hall's Family Pills for cont Vernon Monumental stipation. - i?1.? '?w4 ?" "". ewgg fSf ?'!?f'w?llMCJ!i?t U1HD0BTAKSB. Our line of Couch "Caskets ) Brodhead arkJe ' j iv All-orders is unexcelled. j.fwt3 R. W. DYCHE Coiriiisrnrnished Hearse sent toall parts of tho 'County'. Hnnd-made f l i ' (i r -- X 1- by" Wire Promptly Filled. f J- W. A. CPXpi Phono 94-S- . ' MT. VJDRXON, KY. & Mt. Vernon itf-,- -' coupon ..: Signal's Popular Lady Contest. ..191 C. C. Williams, . ATTORNEY-AT-LAW- ., I wish to nominate or suggest thenamb.of MT. VERNON. KY. JWOFFICE. On acd. floor o the National City Bank, of CamThe Bank of Mt. Vernon , on Church bridge, Mass., lie admitted that street. Special attention given he took. $180,000 and thatprac to collections. tically even cent of it was lbst in S Phone No. 80. trying a faro bank" in tql-jbreak In a confession made by Geo W. Coleman, the youniy man charged ,w,ith embezzlement from WORKS SSSggglci?i;y?fgrSfg i . T ygyglgjS( iiiii The Old Reliable" (MiafllriEsL!' Most any Drug or ' Patent Medicine you see advertized in the . Signal can be found at 'THE OLD RELIABLE." Cheapest Drug Stpre in the county. New Vt Address as a lady worthy to become n candidate in your Popular La dy Vptipg Contest, I suggest this name with the distinct undortanding that the Editor .shall not divulge my name and that this dot obligato me irtny way whatever. Signed . ,i- 3 C -- MeCMRY FURS Hitter In tr.Bay.0. 1 T. iwvafT'JwLlW- - I S. C. DAVIS, South Side Main Street, 1 3 Eatathara. TalUw. Bitiwtl.l Glnan, Golden Seal. (Ytflov Manufacturer of VI DEALER in Marbles ' etc. IIUfr-"- and can - Address.. UNDERTAKER and EMBALMER er BuklnUulsvlll, aro daalers; Mlabllihed lira century In Unlulll" do battar for yon than agents commliilorrmerclia'tj. W Ovr I llttuidiMpplngtagi, Rtfortnct, any .WrIU for mklv prlc. i Jv n iL.'- -. Stanford, Ky. -- n M. E. MarkitSt. Sahsl A Sdns, L0UIIVIUE, KY Granite kinds. . on application. Propf ' GEO. 0 WENS Phone 112 and and Monuments of all Estimates furnished - MT. VERNON, -- , KY. ,1, OHIIdrn Cry OAliVORXAi 4 t t r' f.i.. lJW T. 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